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Old 12-27-05, 04:37 PM
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Question about Joey's wardorbe on Full House

When I was young and watching this, I noticed that Uncle Joey always wore Marithé et François Girbaud jeans. Does anyone know if he personally liked them so much that he had wardorbe people buy them for him for the show, or did he insist on wearing his own jeans rather than wear the show's clothes?
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Originally Posted by GuessWho
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Marithé et François Girbaud has a tag on the front of the jeans over the zipper/crotch area. It's a white strip with "Marithé et François Girbaud" on it.
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I didn't know "Uncle joey" was so fashion savvy, all I can remember him wearing are those hideous '80s sweaters and acid-washed jeans...
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Originally Posted by GuessWho
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Cut-it-out.
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Damn. Flashback to 1990. These jeans were all the rage when I was in high school. I can remember going down to Fashion Place mall, and going into the store called JMR, and looking at the wall of Girbaud. $80 dollars for a pair of pants. Sheesh.
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Yup. That was for the plain colored ones. That didn't include the stiped jeans. I wonder if I still have my pair. Hmmm
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Okay, we can shut this forum down. With this inquiry about jeans on Full House, we have now exhausted all possible television threads.

Those jeans are probably what enabled him to score with Alanis Morrissette.
Old 12-28-05, 08:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Charlie Goose

Those jeans are probably what enabled him to score with Alanis Morrissette.
Well that plus the mullet and white, high-top Reeboks he used to rock...
Old 12-28-05, 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Aphex Twin
Marithé et François Girbaud has a tag on the front of the jeans over the zipper/crotch area. It's a white strip with "Marithé et François Girbaud" on it.
I believe that your thinking of Z. Caverici...dont mess with an Italian from the bronx on bad 80's guido fashion
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You watch Full House...and watch Joeys "area"...
Old 12-28-05, 09:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Aphex Twin
Marithé et François Girbaud has a tag on the front of the jeans over the zipper/crotch area. It's a white strip with "Marithé et François Girbaud" on it.
Please stop looking at my crotch.

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Damn, Caverici's was the pinnacle of bad 90's fashion... in high school we used to take caverici's at the cuff, fold them so that they were air tight and roll them up so they'd stay in place. Kind of like anti-floods. What were we thinking?
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I had a pair of ZCavericis that had somewhere between 40-50 belt loops. You had to weave your belt in and out of them... what a pain.

But they sure looked cool.

My brother was a big Girbaud fan.
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Originally Posted by Aphex Twin
Marithé et François Girbaud has a tag on the front of the jeans over the zipper/crotch area. It's a white strip with "Marithé et François Girbaud" on it.
That's even worse!
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Originally Posted by rabbit77
Damn, Caverici's was the pinnacle of bad 90's fashion... in high school we used to take caverici's at the cuff, fold them so that they were air tight and roll them up so they'd stay in place. Kind of like anti-floods. What were we thinking?
90's? they were WAY OUT in NY by 89
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Originally Posted by Tommy Ceez
I believe that your thinking of Z. Caverici...dont mess with an Italian from the bronx on bad 80's guido fashion
Girbaud's had it as well.
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Originally Posted by boogieman03
Girbaud's had it as well.
You're all wrong. The Z. Cavaricci ran parallel to the zipper flap, whilst the Girbaud tab ran perpendicular to it.
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Originally Posted by Goldberg74
I had a pair of ZCavericis that had somewhere between 40-50 belt loops. You had to weave your belt in and out of them... what a pain.

But they sure looked cool.

Same here bro, I also had about 7 pairs of Cavaricis. I even had a matching Bolero-cut jacket to match one pair of pants, that I wore to my 8th grade graduation, with a........bolo tie.
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Originally Posted by Tommy Ceez
90's? they were WAY OUT in NY by 89
We're a few years behind in Chicago, where it was cool until around 92. That's when grunge took over my school.
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Originally Posted by rabbit77
We're a few years behind in Chicago, where it was cool until around 92. That's when grunge took over my school.
I should cut you some slack...I guarentee theres some douch STILL rocking them with the perm/mullet and an IROC wandering around my neighborhood
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Originally Posted by Jason
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Is that crotch made of... wood?

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All the cool kids wore Cavarrici's. I guess they went out in Tampa when I was in 7th grade, which would have been around 91 or 92 also.

BTW, Girbaud's are huge again with gangsta types.
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If this thread reaches two pages, we can officially close TV Talk.

Crap, I helped it along.
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Originally Posted by TracerBullet
If this thread reaches two pages, we can officially close TV Talk.

Crap, I helped it along.
I think this is just a symptom of how completely boring the week between Christmas and New Years is for TV shows.

The only thing my TiVo is recording all week is a CSI: NY repeat.

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